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Buchtitel:

1. Menschen in ihrem Lebensalltag unterstützen und begleiten. In: Pflegebasiswissen (Uta Oelke), Cornelsen Verlag, S. 466 - 530, (2010). ISBN 978-3-06-450245-1.

2. Pflegebasiskurs kompakt. Cornelsen Verlag (2011). ISBN-13: 9783064504691.

3. Lunge und Atmung. iBook (2017). 6. Ausgabe.

4. Exkurs: Brustkrebs. iBook (2016). 2. Ausgabe.

Zeitschriften::

1. Schmieden, V., Grenningloh, G., Schofield, P. R. and Betz, H.(1989). Functional expression in Xenopus oocytes of the strychnine binding 48 kd subunit of the glycine receptor (pdf). EMBO J. 8, 695-700.

2. Langosch, D., Grenningloh, G., Schmieden V., Prior, P., Malosio, M. L., Schmitt, B and Betz H. (1989). The postsynaptic glycine receptor - a member of the neurotransmitter-gated channel protein family.
In: NATO ASI Series (Maelicke, A., ed.) Molecular biology of neuroreceptors and ion channels, Vol. H32  pp.125-130.

3. Grenningloh, G., Schmieden, V., Schofield, P., Seeburg, P. H., Siddique, T., Mohandas, T. K., Becker, C.-M. and Betz, H. (1990). Alpha subunit variants of the human glycine receptor: primary structures, functional expression and chromosomal localization of the corresponding genes.
EMBO J. 9, 771-776. (pdf)

4. Kuhse, J.,  Schmieden, V.  and Betz, H. (1990). A single amino acid exchange alters the pharmacology of neonatal rat glycine receptor subunit. Neuron 5,867-873. (pdf)

5. Kuhse, J.,  Schmieden, V.  and Betz, H. (1990). Identification and funktional expression of a novel ligand binding subunit of the inhibitory glycine receptor.
J. Biol. Chem. 265, 22317-22320. (pdf)

6. Betz, H., Kuhse, J., Schmieden, V., Malosio,M.-L., Langosch, D.,  Prior, P., Schmitt, B.,  and  Kirsch, J. (1991). Alternative splicing generates two variants of the a1 subunit of the inhibitory glycine receptor.
J. Cell Sci.  S15, 23-25.

7. Malosio,M.-L., Grenningloh, G., Kuhse, J., Schmieden, V., Schmitt, B., Prior, P. and Betz, H. (1991). Alternative splicing generates two variants of the a1 subunit of the inhibitory glycine receptor.
J. Biol. Chem.  266, 2048-2053.

8. Kuhse, J.,  Kuryatov, A.,  Maulet, Y.,  Malosio, M. L.,  Schmieden, V. and Betz, H. (1991). Alternative splicing generates two isoforms of the _2 subunit of the inhibitory glycine receptor.
FEBS Lett .283, 73-77.

9. Betz, H., Langosch, D., Hoch, W.,  Prior, P., Pribilla, I., Kuhse, J., Schmieden V., Malosio, M.-L., Matzenbach, B., Holzinger, F., Kuryatov, A., Schmitt, B., Maulet, Y. and Becker, C.-M. (1991). Structure and expression of inhibitory glycine receptors.
In: Neuroreceptor Mechanisms in Brain (Kito, S., ed.) Plenum Press, New York, pp.421-429.

10. Kuhse, J., Becker, C.-M., Schmieden V., Hoch, W., Pribilla, I., Langosch, D., Malosio, M.-L., Munz, M. and Betz, H. (1991). Heterogeneity of the inhibitory glycine receptor.
In: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Alcohol and Anesthetics(Rubin, E., Miller, K. W. and Roth, S. H., ed.) Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 625, pp.129-135.

11. Betz, H., Becker, C.-M., Schmieden V., Hoch, W., Pribilla, I., Langosch, D., Malosio, M.-L. and Kuhse, J. (1991). Molecular biology of inhibitory glycine receptors.
In: Transmitter Amino Acid Receptors: Structures, Transduction and Models for Drug Development (Barnard , E. A. and Costa, E., ed.) Thieme, Stuttgart-New York(, pp.503-509.

12. Becker, CM., Schmieden, V., Tarroni, P., Strasser, U. and Betz, H. (1992). Isoform-selective deficit of glycine receptors in the mouse mutant spastic. Neuron 8, 283-289.

13. Schmieden, V., Kuhse, J. and Betz, H. (1992). Agonist pharmacology of neonatal and adult glycine receptor alpha subunits: identification of amino acid residues involved in taurine activation.
EMBO J. 11, 2025-2032.

14. Betz, H., Schmieden V. and Kuhse, J. (1992). Determinants of ligand binding to the inhibitory glycine receptor. In: Membrane Proteins Structures, Interactions and Models (Pullmann, A .et al., ed.) Kluwer Acad. Publ., Amsterdam , pp.241-247.

15. Langosch, D., Herbold, A., Schmieden, V., Borman, J. and Kirsch, J. (1993). Importance of Arg-219 for correct biogenesis of _1 homooligomeric glycine receptors.
FEBS  336, 540-544.

16. Schmieden, V., Kuhse, J. and Betz, H. (1993). Mutation of glycine receptor subunit creates ß-alanine receptor responsive to GABA.
Science. 262, 256-258.

17. Betz, H., Langosch, D., Rundström, N., Bormann, J., Kuryatov, A., Kuhse, J., Schmieden V., Matzenbach, B. and Kirsch, A. (1993). Structure and biology of inhibitory glycine receptors.
Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 707(1993), pp.109-115.

18. Rundström, N., Schmieden, V., Betz, H., Bormann, J. and Langosch, D. (1994). Cyanotriphenylborate: subtype-specific blocker of glycine receptor chloride channels.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  91, 8950-8954.

19. Saul, B., Schmieden, V., Kling, C.,  Mülhaupt, C.,  Gass, P.,  Kuhse, J. and Becker, C-M. (1994). Point mutation of glycine receptor _1 subunit in the spasmodic mouse affects agonist responses.
FEBS  Letters  350,  71-76.

20. Langosch, D., Laube, B.,  Rundström, N., Schmieden, V., Bormann, J. and Betz, H. (1994). Decreased agonist affinity and chloride conductance of mutant glycine receptors associated with human hereditary hyperekplexia.
EMBO  J. 13, 4223-4228.

21. Betz, H., Kuhse, J., Fischer, M., Schmieden V., Laube, B., Kuryatov, A., Langosch, D., Meyer, G., Bormann, J., Rundström, N., Matzenbach, B., Kirsch, A., Ramming, M. (1994). Structure, diversity and synaptic localization of inhibitory glycine receptors.
J. Physiol. (Paris) 88, 243-248.

22. Laube, B., Langosch, D.,  Betz, H. and Schmieden, V. (1995). Hyperekplexia mutations of the glycine receptor unmask the inhibitory subsite for ß-amino-acids (pdf).
NeuroReport  6, 897-900.

23. Laube, B., Kuhse, J., Rundström, N., Kirsch, J., Schmieden, V. and Betz,  (1995). Modulation by zinc ions of native rat and recombinant human inhibitory glycine receptors.
J. Physiol.  483, 613-619.

24. Schmieden, V. and Betz, H. (1995). Pharmacology of the inhibitory glycine receptor: Agonist and antagonist actions of amino acids and piperidine carboxylic acid compounds.
Mol. Pharmacol. 48, 919-927

25. Schmieden V., Jezequel, S. and Betz H. (1996). Novel antagonists of the inhibitory glycine receptor derived from quinolinic acid compounds.
Mol. Pharmacol.  50, 1200-1206

26. Betz, H., Kuhse, J., Schmieden, V., Laube, B., Kirsch, J. and Harvey, RJ. (1999) Structure and functions of inhibitory and excitatory glycine receptors.
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 868, 667-676.

27. Schmieden, V., Kuhse, J. and Betz, H. (1999). A novel domain of the inhibitory glycine receptor determining antagonist efficacies: further evidence for partial agonism resulting from self-inhibition.
Mol. Pharmacol. 56, 464-472.

28. Harvey RJ., Schmieden, V., Von Holst, A., Laube, B., Rohrer, H. and Betz, H. (2000). Glycine receptors containing the alpha4 subunit in the embryonic sympathetic nervous system, spinal cord and male genital ridge.
Eur. J. Neurosci. 12, 994-1001.

29. Kirchner, A., Breustedt, J., Rosche, B., Heinemann, UF. and Schmieden, V. (2003). Effects of taurine and glycine on epileptiform activity induced by removal of Mg2+ in combined rat entorhinal cortex-hippocampal slices.
Epilepsia 44, 1145-1152. (pdf)

30. Meier, J. and Schmieden, V. (2003). Inhibition of alpha-subunit glycine receptors by quinoxalines.
Neuroreport 14, 1507-1510.

31. Breustedt, J., Schmitz, D., Heinemann, U. and Schmieden, V. (2004). Characterization of the inhibitory glycine receptor on entorhinal cortex neurons.
Eur. J. Neurosci. 19, 1987-1991.

32. Brackmann, M., Zhao, C., Schmieden, V. and Braunewell, K. (2004). Cellular and subcellular localization of the inhibitory glycine receptor in hippocampal neurons.
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 324, 1137-1142.

33. Meier, JC., Henneberger, C., Melnick, I., Racca, C., Harvey, RJ., Heinemann, U., Schmieden, V. and Grantyn, R. (2005). RNA editing produces glycine receptor alpha3 (P185L), resulting in high agonist potency.